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Training Courses for Digital Nomads

These days, people who work from home or from anywhere in the world armed with reliable internet connectivity, a laptop and a goal can earn as much as an employee who works in an office.

Training Courses for Digital Nomads

Dubbed as “Digital Nomads,” these are the type of employees often working remotely from coffee shops, public libraries or co-working spaces.

After Six Club, a group of consultants and advocates of lifelong learning has officially partnered with SMX Convention Center to launch SMX AcademiX PROJECT VAST, a series of learning sessions on holistic training and workshop for aspiring Filipino digital professionals.

PROJECT VAST’s workshops are half-day classes that will teach participants on how to become competitive and responsible digital professionals. Those who want to get started on this profession can enhance their current skills set, learn where and how to get clients, set rate cards, get paid and learn new other skills.

Schedule and rates for each course is shown below:

1. Becoming A Responsible Digipro by The After Six Club

P 3,500 | SMX MANILA

May 4, Saturday, 1PM - 6PM

2. Skills Set 1 For Virtual Assistants by The After Six Club

P 3,500 | SMX MANILA

May 11, Saturday, 1PM - 6PM

3. Digipro Skills For Consultants by The After Six Club

P 4,500 | SMX MANILA

May 18, Saturday, 1PM - 6PM

4. Influencer Marketing 101 by The After Six Club

P 3,000 | SMX AURA

May 25, Saturday, 1PM - 6PM

5. Digipro Builder Profile by The After Six Club

P 3,000 | SMX MANILA

June 1, Saturday, 1PM - 6PM

Secure your seat and become a digital nomad. For inquiries and reservations, please call (632) 556-8888 local 2006 / (63) 0917 552 5146 or email[email protected].

Topics: Digital Nomads , SMX AcademiX PROJECT VAST , digital professionals
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